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Teachers get paid

A group of retired teachers in Prey Veng province  have been paid their pensions after lodging a complaint with the Ministry of Social Affairs. Three educators, representing 188 provincial teachers, maintained they had not received their pensions since leaving work in February of last year. Muth Khiev, a secretary of state at the Ministry of Social Affairs, said the payments had been delayed because of budgetary constraints and because the teachers lacked proper documentation.

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